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at new york, home of the united nations. world leaders from 193 countries are gathering for the annual meeting of the general assembly. president mahmoud ahmadinejad will address the meeting. he had blistering words for israel today. you have been condemned for vociferously in america for a comment that you are said to have made that you want israel to be wiped off the map. wiped off the face of the earth. there have been many interpretations of what you said. you disputed the meaning that was then translated from the original farsi. let me give you the opportunity to say exactly what you did say and say exactly what you did mean. >> translator: we have been condemned in the united states for many things. for having deposed a dictator with a revolution. very having sought free elections. for not allowing our oil and national treasure to leave our country freely. and for having stood up to very dangerous terrorists in the region, for having stood up against saddam hussein. who enjoyed the backing of many. because we said, justice for all, the right for peaceful nuclear energy for all. >
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'll see you tomorrow. [ applause ] >> the president of the united states with the first lady and the vice president and the second lady over at the national building museum here in washington. the festivities only just beginning. getting ready for the big inauguration tomorrow. piers morgan is getting ready to take over the coverage. >> very exciting. i've never done on a inauguration before. i'm struck by the body language of the president. he seems a very relaxed man. he looks a man much more at ease with himself than the nerves and stuff that came last time. >> four years as president and now another four years. he was reelected pretty impressively. i think that brings a sense of self-confidence and you can see that coming through. >> it won't be the same huge crowds tomorrow perhaps as there were last time and the air of expectancy, i don't think that's a bad thing. if you set the standard for this four years at a realistic level, he's got a chance for real achievement. >> four years ago we elected an african-american for president. a lot of people didn't think we would see that in ou
that hillary was married to a president of the united states through an eight-year tenure, and she knows better than anyone else that barack obama will talk to, what it's like to be the president of the most important country in the world. that seems to me to be where the real bond probably came from. >> between the two of them, they lived 12 years in that house. and hillary, i think, certainly knows her way around. and you can't -- i wanted to ask another question about bill. and i think that it was pretty clear that bill and the president have not -- that he was more resistant to the marriage, the political marriage than she was. but also, i think one of the reasons that they did this was, i think the president wanted to close the relationship circle, you know, end the circle. to close the circle with the clintons. in the sense that they had been incredibly helpful to him. particularly bill. in campaigning for him back in 2008 after hillary lost the nomination, and particularly this year when the president was involved in a really difficult race. and people wondered how much help he would get
of the world's leading gun policy experts formulating research, policies to reduce gun violence in the united states. tell me this. how does the united states compare to other countries? take the most industrialized countries in the world. is it as shocking as many would have us believe? >> yes, it is. if you compare united states homicide rates with other high-income countries in terms of their average homicide rates, ours is approximately six times higher than other countries of similar wealth. if you look at our firearm homicide rates, our rates are 22 times higher than other countries. >> dr. fox, you're an expert of school and mass shootings. and i suppose the obvious question for people like me that reacted with such horror to sandy hook and demand these assault weapons be removed from circulation is this -- would it actually make any difference? are they choosing these weapons because they're easy to get hold of? will they just go and find some other weapon that can do the same job for them? >> well, incidents like sandy hook certainly motivate us to do some reasonable, sensible things
of the united states, with the first lady and the vice president and the second lady over at the national building museum here in washington. the festivities only just beginning. getting ready for the big inauguration tomorrow. piers morgan is getting ready to take over our coverage. great to have you here on the national mall. >> very exciting. i have never done an inauguration before. incredibly exciting. i was struck there by the body of the language. seems very relaxed man and comes from being re-elected and facing another great, historic day, a man much more at ease than perhaps the nerve last time. >> four years as president and now another four years and he was elected pretty impressively and i think that brings a sense of self confidence and you can see that coming through in this president. >> although it's not the same huge crowds tomorrow and won't be the kind of air of expectancy, i don't think that's necessarily a bad thing. i think if you set the standard for this four years at a more realistic level, he has more of a chance to make real achievements. >> four years ago, hist
and see what happens. we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer in for piers morgan. this is a real nail-biter we're watching, despite a threat by some republicans to add an amendment to the bill, an amendment that would have added over $300 billion in spending cuts and would have forced the bill back to the senate. the house is now on the verge of simply voting up or down on the senate bill as it stands. the package would increase taxes on individuals making more than $400,000 a year and couples making more than $450,000 a year. it would also extend unemployment insurance for a year for some 2 million people. and that house vote is expected to come this hour. we're watching it very closely. let's bring in our senior congressional correspondent dana bash on capitol hill. she has the very latest on what's going on. dana, i take it they started the actual debate, the vote could be fairly soon? >> they have started the debate on the procedural issues, but i just actually am getting an e-mail right now saying that the final vote, it doesn't lo
mass shootings have been in the united states, tby -- by definition, more than four people in the place? >> in the last 20 years -- >> i can tell you the answer, 62. do you know of the 62 mass shootings how many times a civilian has actually taken out the shooter? >> it is probably not that many, because we make it so hard for people to be able to defend themselves. >> do you want -- i mean, hang on, wait a minute, wait a minute. you have in america 300 million guns in circulation. you wouldn't contest that. 99 laws have been passed since 2009 to make it easier for americans to own guns, to carry them in public, harder for the government to track. and what i'm seeing here is a picture of evermore relaxed gun law laws. and a spike in mass shootings. and in fact, six of the 12 worst ever mass shootings in america have come in the last five years, and the reason for citing the last -- >> that is not -- >> it is true. these are facts, these are not things which are open to conjecture, well, you can laugh, you always laugh when we talk about it. i don't mind it remotely funny. but the point
the time comes. >> i believe she still would like to be the first woman who becomes president of the united states. you agree with me? >> i don't think she knows what she wants to do. i certainly don't. anybody who thinks they do is fibbing to you, wolf. >> thanks very much for coming in and i think i speak for all of our viewers out there we wish her a very, very speedy recovery. >> coming up the stories america are talking about from john boehner to justin bieber, my all-star panel covers it. that's coming up. >>> new york deserves better than the selfishness we saw on display last night. new jersey deserves better than the duplicity we saw last night. america deserves better than another example of a government who have foregotten who they are there to serve and why. 66 days and counting. shame on you. shame on congress. >>> we certainly have not heard the end of governor chris christie's criticism of house speaker john boehner. joining us to talk about that and more cnn contributor and op-ed columnist for the "new york times" and republican pollster, and the assistant managing editor of
. the metropolitan area has one of the largest concentrations of people in the united states of america. there were hundreds of thousands of people affected by this storm. down in katrina, if i'm correct, there was an aid bill that was passed 10 days within the storm hitting. here we are 60-some-odd days after the storm hit, and there is no aid bill. it seems to me to be politics as usual in washington, political bickering, and then the bill itself being loaded up with pork barrel and what have you. that's not what we need. business as usual in washington, life is not as usual where i live right now. the infrastructure is severely damaged. the beaches are eroded tremendously. it's going to take a tremendous amount to get the beaches back to where they were. small businesses, mom and pop shops are destroyed. unable to open their doors, to feed their families. this aid bill would go a tremendously long way in helping these people. and the mere fact that it's this far past without being addressed. and tomorrow at noon, you know, is it going to be addressed? it certainly seems to me like my politicians
management for his brand. he has target stores here in the united states. [ speaking foreign language ]. >> venezuelans rallied for their ailing president. hugo chavez has had four cancer operations and is currently being treated in cuba. venezuela's vice president says the next health update on chavez will come in a few days. he's supposed to be inaugurated, hugo chavez, for a fourth term next week. >>> we have a lot more planned for this saturday night. here's what else we are working on. accusations of rape rattle a small ohio town. >> all of us need to pay attention to this. >> shocking an entire nation. an attorney for one of the accused, the woman who felt a crime was being covered up and our own dr. drew pinsky are part of our extended coverage this hour. >>> when was the last time you heard a politician talk like this -- >> 66 days and counting, shame on you, shame on congress. >> new jersey's chris christie winning over voters from both parties. is it hard talk or hot air? >>> and don lemon with william shatner. ♪ going out of my head >> i can't get that song out of my head
pelosi supports it, even if the president of the united states, who was just re-elected supports it, you're not going to necessarily vote in favor of it. >> i'm going to make my judgment after i hear the details. >> you'll hear the details. we'll all get the details fairly soon. senator, good luck. >> thank you. >> happy new year to you. john, let me bring you in for a quick recap right now. it looks like there's a deal in the senate that's going to work out, maybe senator merkley won't support it, maybe a few other liberal democrats won't support it, probably a few conservative republicans won't support it. but if you have harry reid onboard, mitch mcconnell on board, it's going to get a vote in the senate. >> any deal to pass both houses needs bipartisan support. neither side, as the president said repeatedly, is going to get everything they want. one way you can tell the deal does meet that criteria is the press releases are flying from the liberal groups and the conservative groups like the heritage foundation, both saying from their opswlt philosophical perspective, don't sign this
in england and wales by comparison to the united states of america going back to 2003. i'm going to read these quickly to you 2003, gun murders in england 68. in america 11,920. in america 11,624. in 2005, 50 in england, in america 12,352. >> now. >> let me finish. here is my point. every time i hear you say, there is a safer country where you have more guns my brain takes me back to these figures in britain we brought in a handgun and assault weapon ban after a situation where a similar number of school children were murdered with guns. this is what happens when you take a responsible. action. why do you still persist in trying to persuade americans that the opposite is true. >> first of all, the data that you are using for the murder rate in england is a shame. there is a monumental miss reporting of what constitutes murder. >> what an absolute lie. >> well -- you don't know what you are talking about. >> mr. pratt, it doesn't take very long. >> you are these are your own government's data. go tell them that they are lying. you asked them for an apology why don't you. >> you are tellin
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fiercely here in the last few weeks in the united states. and we started off by talking with tom. his son alex was one of the victims gunned down in the aurora theater shooting back on july -- on the night of july 20th. he talked about assault rifles and what he thought should happen with them, and if they should be banned. listen to what he said. >> there's only one reason to use this weapon and that's to murder people. we probably should call them murder weapons and we probably should get them off the streets. >> people kill people. guns don't kill people. >> unless your job entitles you to having a gun, i fell like they should be illegal. >> my cousin is a cop, and he would tell me about kids walking around with guns. so i mean, access to guns is a little too lenient. >> reporter: piers, a mix of opinions from many of the people we spoke to today who came to listen to this preliminary hearing today in colorado. >> joining me now, jessica watson who was in the courtroom in today's hearing. her cousin died protecting his girlfriend from the shooting. she joins us now. dave's nephew is on
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reported to be allowed into the united states. the head of the visa department blew the whistle on that. >> to murder americans? >> i can speak in an accent as well. to bring in marshall law in germany, april 27th, 1933. governments have staged terror attacks throughout history or ax low terrorists to attack. >> how many guns do you own? >> i probably own more 50 fire arms, many have increased in value, i sleep comfortable, i sleep knowing i can defend my family. >> this is the man who wants to deport me. >> to point out are you a foreign, a red coat, here, telling us what to do. >> go back to where they took the gun fus don't like it. >> an interview had to see to believe. a petition to deport me, the white house responded saying, nobody should be punished by the government simply because he or she expresses an opinion on the second amendment or any other matter of public concern. the reaction to the rant. next.o clos to the options floor... [ indistinct shouting, bell dinging ] ...you'll bust your brain box. ♪ all on thinkorswim from td ameritrade. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ]
, the united states has been facing. bottom line is i'm very, very encouraged with the ideas, particularly with the senate proposing that we move forward and that we will get our border. we'll have our border secure. then we can deal with these other issues that have been results from an unsecure border. so i think that we should all be pleased and claim victory. >> well, the optimist in me is thrilled at this remarkable display of bipartisanship from washington's politicians, and we should all celebrate this great moment. the cynic in me says that the reason that so many of the republicans have softened their position including, dare i say it, your good self, is that you realized after the recent election that the latino vote was disappearing from the republicans and may never return. and it was precisely the hard line position over issues like immigration that was to blame. how do you plead to that charge? >> well, you know, i'm not going to plea to any charge. but i will answer. you know, i know that there have been politicians saying that it was all because of the illegal immigration i
to address this terrible condition we have in the united states. >> one of the bosses of the nra was on. listen to what he said to say. >> we knew going into this meeting what the president's position on so-called assault weapon ban is, the same position he's taken for years. these are not new positions. the vice president had said we do this with an open mind, but at the meeting, he said, no, we have already made up our mind on that. no, there's not going to be an agreement on that. in a sense, they were checking a box, they were able to say we have met with the nra, we have met with the people who are strong second amendment supporters. that doesn't mean there isn't an area for agreement. >> the president of the nra. the point, mark, is it's just arrogance and it's dangerous arrogance. all the nra spokesmen i see out there, none of them want to entertain any form of gun restrictions whatsoever. they're not interested. doesn't matter how bad the scale of -- they go further. if you try to say they should, you're unpatriotic, un-american for attacking the second amendment. >> i think gab
into the united states. michael springman, the head of the vista department, blew the whistle on that. >> so the bush administration was part of the conspiracy -- >> to murder -- to murder -- i can speak in an accent as well. hitler firebombed his own country, piers, to bring in martial law in germany, april 5 7th, 1933. governments have staged terror attacks throughout history or allowed terrorists to attack as a pretext to invade -- >> how many guns do you own? alex, alex -- >> i probably own more than 50 firearms. many have increased in value two or three, maybe four times. i sleep very comfortably outside austin, texas -- >> okay, alex -- >> -- knowing i can defend my family -- infowars.com -- >> okay, alex, alex -- this is the man who wants to deport me from the country. >> it's to point out you're a foreigner, a red coat, here telling us what to do. >> whatever. >> go back where they took the guns if you don't like it. the communists -- >> truly an interview you had to see to believe. as for the petition to deport me. the white house responded. saying no one in part should be punished
a libya or egypt or tunisia or yemen move forward, the united states has to be there. while there were mistakes made and underestimations, we can't reduce it to zero. chris stevens understood the situation in benghazi better than anyone else and decided to be there and we should be grateful for his service and his sacrifice. >> the biggest mistake was putting susan rice on that sunday morning on television with what turned out to be wrong intelligence when they didn't need to go that fast. that's probably as much the media's fault for demanding that they do that kind of thing. i think everyone is culpable here. let's take a break and we'll come back and talk about two more hot button topics, guns in america and women on the front line. this is america. we don't let frequent heartburn come between us and what we love. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day after day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn. so i think this removes a false barrier and
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